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An investigation into the impact of flipped learning homework tasks on pupil motivation in science education

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Homework is almost universally set and yet for some pupils it can be demotivating. In this study I aim to see whether the use of flipped learning (Bergman & Sams, 2012) homework tasks can serve to increase motivation. Over the course of a term, in two sets of year 12 biology, Kahn Academy videos were used to deliver 2 cycles of action research. Pupils were asked to watch videos and simultaneously make notes; in the following lesson they completed tasks to help consolidate their learnin...

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2018-02-15

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